Now that summer is unofficially over, do you generally have more or less time for crafting (not necessarily speaking to this or any other particular month as some are crazy I am sure, but overall, summer versus other times of the year)?
I have the pants for LO's Halloween costume ready for assembly. I have the details that need to go on the shirt ready to cut out (I made a pattern for a couple pieces, while others are just a list such as eight gold 1.5-inch squares and so on).
I made a bit of headway on the sofa.
I made a game for LO, plus finally printed some inserts for his Guess Who game that I finished a couple weeks ago (one is 2D shapes and one is 3D shapes to work on understanding the properties of the various shapes). LO also came up with a game, so I have it sketched on paper, just need to do the real deal.
Not too much seasonal fluctuation to my crafting time.
I have the same amount of time as always, which is little to none. It's also still summer here. We generally don't get temps below 80-85 until the end of October and below 60 until sometime in November.
I would melt. We did have upper 80s a couple days this week, but with most kids back to school, everyone goes into fall-mode for the most part. September and even October can be complete wild cards here though in terms of temperatures. For Halloween, one might need a winter coat, snow pants, and snow boots, or they might be sweating even in shorts and a t-shirt.
I just realized, is this the board that has someone in the Southern hemisphere, or is that on another board I frequent? If anyone is not approaching fall, the GTKY question is still applicable, just not the lead-in part that brought it up of course.
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